Pretty Soon It’ll be Second Nature


 

Here’s a short one for ya today…

Often when the season changes I feel obligated to make life changes – do things differently, like clean my apartment, among many other thing.  This fall, I began working out,  hanging up my clothes intead of throwing them on the floor, spending less time online,  and taking more time to read. It’s been a refreshing change and it’s also a pretty great routine that’s become hard to shake now that my schedule is used to it.

As I was power-walking (if you really wanna call it that) last night, I realized that there are alot of things in life that we don’t do even though we know we should. If people ate well and stayed consistently active, shows like The Biggest Loser wouldn’t exist. If we did little things to keep our apartments clean on a daily basis, we wouldnt have to do a major clean sweep before guests come over for special occasions.  So…

1. Spend 30-60 minutes looking for gigs each day

2. Post content on your Facebook page at least 2x a day – video from one of your shows, status update(s), details about an upcoming show…etc

3. Listen and learn from others. Music Business Radio is always great…especially a recent interview with Sara Bareille s on how she made it big.

4. Make sure your website has at least one new update per week.

5.  Do it even if you don’t want to. Pretty soon it’ll be harder not to.

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4 Comments on “Pretty Soon It’ll be Second Nature”

  1. KSE Says:

    Good info and so true.

  2. KSE Says:

    One thing I don’t understand about your comment area is each time I comment, I receive a notification to subscribe again.

    Maybe I am wrong, but, to me this is spamming when I already subscribe to your blog??

    Thanks,

  3. stephen Says:

    great advice! I like how it came to you whilst power walking!

    Stephen
    stephencarmichael.com

  4. Marissa Says:

    Yes! All great advice – for anyone really. As for #1 getting gigs, that’s exactly where we come in. With 20,000 people coming to GigMasters daily, We make it easy to get gigs… you might just find some more time in your day.


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